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Retirement – tread carefully
Posted By: neil

Melanie Wrightson (solicitor) takes a look at recent changes in the law which leave employers needing to deal with the retirement of staff more carefully.

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Divorce – a simple guide
Posted By: neil

Divorce can be a terribly difficult time for a couple/their children.  Here, family solicitor Nicola Gibbs gives a simple overview of the legal process of a divorce.

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Why haven’t you made a will? Please tell us!
Posted By: neil

Over half of the adult population don’t have a will.  Are you one of those people?

Melanie explained in her blog last week the importance of wills -  http://qlaw.co.uk/blog/?p=258

If you’re one of these people that doesn’t have a will, please ‘comment’ and tell us why!  We’d love to know why!

 If you’d like to speak to me (Louise Harris) you can email me at lh@Qlaw.co.uk or call 01737 233555.  Thanks!



Residential market on clear road to recovery?
Posted By: neil

Rightmove reports continued increase in house prices. 

http://tinyurl.com/6cwtvc7



Branding and solicitors…myth or massive?
Posted By: neil

Many misunderstand what brand is.  None more so perhaps than lawyers? 

Here, Neil Quantick gives his view on how it is misunderstood, and the simplicity of good and effective brand communication.

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Boost reported to property market
Posted By: neil

Boost reported to property market! 

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/253771/Property-market-boost

 



Pre-nups on the up?
Posted By: neil

Pre-nup – why would you want one? Not worth the paper they’re written on!  Nicola Gibbs (family solicitor and director at Quanticks) explains what they’re all about, and why they now hold more sway in the event of separation.

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Got a will? You should have…
Posted By: neil

Melanie Wrightson (family lawyer) explains why it is so important that you have an up to date will.

If you die without a will the law decides your final wishes, not you.  Making a will puts you in charge and allows you to decide what happens to your property when you die. (more…)



 
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